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 Keep Teaching Guides 

In the event of a campus closure caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you’ve planned may be impacted. This guide helps you find alternatives for these situations.

Digital Instruction and Assessment Resources

Keep Teaching Powerpoint

Keep Learning: Students


General Pre-Emergency Planning Tips

  • At the beginning of the semester, send your students a welcome email that includes your contact information. Suggest that they hold on to the message until the end of the course in case they need to get in contact with you.
  • Remind students to download or print a copy of the syllabus.
  • Back-up copies of any prepared teaching materials prior to the start of the term/semester in case you are unable to access the files on cloud-based storage systems that require network access.
  • Make sure your students are familiar with tools that you may use in case you can’t meet in person such as Zoom and Titanium Self-Help Guides.
    Content adapted from Dartmouth

Keep Teaching: Getting Started

Consider these resources when you have to move your class to a digital presentation quickly.


Getting Started Resources

Faculty:Getting Started with Zoom

Students: Getting Started with Zoom

Keep Teaching: Strategies and Resources
A series of digital tools for teaching that can help during a prolonged disruption.
Keep Teaching: Testing Strategies

OET Keep Teaching: Strategies and Resources

Keep Teaching: Lab Strategies

Keep Teaching: Help 

The CSUF Helpdesk can be reached via phone and email.


Phone: 657-278-7777


You can get help with Titanium by emailing

Faculty/Staff Device Request